Snake River Fishing Report – (6.22.22)
The Snake River flows are around 2580 cfs. Hopefully we can expect those flows for the rest of the spring season. Water managers are actually forecasting Jackson Lake discharge to be around 2,000 cfs all summer. Currently the Snake River is high, dirty and cold due to runoff and rain. If the Snake is your only option, the river from Jackson Lake Dam to Pacific Creek is usually alway clear. Anglers can usually find lake trout stuck in the Jackson Lake Dam discharge pools.Try an intermediate fly line or light sink tip paired with a clouser minnow, kreelex or something white. The rest of that river section is a mix of pools, sloughs, riffles and runs. Anglers can find the most consistent options on the South Fork of the Snake and Henry’s Fork this time of year.
Snake River Fishing Resources:
Snake River Shuttles – (307)-699-3204